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>> and he's got it! >> sensational. the warriors add to the western conference finals. >> the dubs dominated the grizzlies and steph curry shows why he is hvp. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. a big win for the warriors. let's start with larry beil here with the shot of the night and maybe of the season. >> i love the call. and he got it. he makes it look routine. he is the biggest reason they are going to the western conference finals. the grizzlies are making a run and steph stuns the crowd with a 62 footer to end the quarter. the shot he practices when he finishes at oracle arena, but he hasn't hit one since college. that expression is priceless. it clinched the series over
memphis. abc7's rick quan is live in memphis with more on the shot, the win and what is next. rick? >> curry once again showed why he is the league mvp with 32 points 10 assists and of course that 62-foot shot right before the third quarter buzzer. it opened up an eight-point lead for golden state just when the grizzlies were trying to make a run. >> in a close out game like that, that's a big turning point. the moments magnify it. i made one in college. >> that was a momentum swinger. it was an unbelievable shot. i can't believe he hit it. the reason he is mvp. we separated ourselves. >> just how big was it to close it out here tonight? a huge win. memphis is a very, very good
ball club and it was a hard fought series. you never know in a one-game saw scenario what will happen. >> the winner of the rockets-clippers series and that will be decided on sunday with a game seven. no matter who advances the warriors will host game one of the western conference finals on tuesday at oracle arena. rec -- rick quan reporting live for you. >> thank you, rick. we will have the highlights and the post game reaction. fans would have loved to see the series be won at home, but nobody wanted to go to a game seven. alan fans turned out to watch the game together. >> dan they were loud and proud. these warrior fans were loud.
it was enough noise in the bay area for a small earthquake. warrior fans haven't celebrated like this in year. >> we have channel 7 on our side. yeah, baby! >> steph curry made a shot. i was so happy. >> golden state now moves on to the western conference finals. they will play either the houston rockets or the l.a. clippers who knocked them out of the playoffs last year. >> oh my god, i think it would be awesome drama with the clippers and i would love to kick their butts. >> we need to get the job done. we want a little revenge. all good and fun though. >> it is a california playoff, north and south perfect. perfect. >> the warriors and the dub nation will get well deserved
rest. alan wang abc7 news. >> now is a good time to snap some fan photos. post them on your favorite social media site and you will see them on the air or abc7news.com. good samaritans were quick to intervene when they saw a chaotic scene on a bay area bus. it happened at monterey and west second streets in mor dwan hill when a passenger attacked a bus driver. abc7 news reporter janet has more. >> reporter: the bus came to a halt at this intersection and as he was trained to do he tried to calmly get the man off the bus after he made several threats. the threats kept coming and that's when the restaurant workers across the street stepped in to help. >> this video taken in traffic shows the scene as a fight ensues on the bus. >> i look over and see this
guy pretty much on top of the bus driver. stop the bus or i will stab you. i will kill you. >> they were prepping food as usual when they rushed over to help. >> the passenger threatened the bus driver with a pen and then threw this windshield wiper at his head for intervening. they didn't think twice about his safety. >> somebody was ready to get assaulted i wasn't going to stand there. >> he knew he had to act fast when he saw the man grab a metal pipe that is normally used to crack the bus window in an emergency. >> it would hurt somebody. >> he you are ped the man -- pushed the man off the bus. luckily that one was hurt late yesterday afternoon. >> it was commendable they showed concern and were trying to be helpful. >> they arrested the man who
is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. abc7 news. brian stowe, the giants fan who was beaten outside dodgers stadium used that insurance department to talk about bullying. he spoke to more than 100 students at the monty christian school and stowe hopes there is more opportunity to inspire people. >> i think i am a great pillar for this kind of contact with what people can experience. >> brian asked the students to pledge not to be a bully and help others who are are being bullied. a search for a missing aloal poe flight instructor who stole a plane and disappeared. will mcadams took off from the airport last friday. the plane was last seen on radar that afternoon near the mexico ready boor. his sister fears the 24-year-old could have crash i crashed. they are coordinating in the
search effort. a sick inning story of animal abuse in san francisco. this is max mill yen. he has been beaten and burned and may not make it fnlt. >> animal care and control released pictures like this one, but it is too precarious for us to get video. officers are canvassing the area where he was found desperate to solve the crime. a public works crew found him tied up near death. animal care and control named him maximillian. >> larger burns and the cigarette burns look to us to be older injuries. the blunt force trauma is recent. >> he is receiving the best care but he may not make it. it only intensities animal
control's desire to find out who did this. officers are handing out fliers and offering a $500 reward hoping for a lead. >> working in this field it is everything we have committed to addressing. >> dog lovers are outraged. >> anyone with an iota, it is hard to believe anyone can do this to the dog. >> he has been abused terribly and he is super friendly. he is sweet and he is loving. he is letting us all pet him. >> if you have any information call animal care and control and even the smallest detail can help. if you want to help with maximillian's care. live in the newsroom abc7 news. >> katie, thank you. >> the stanford university band won't be performing at any away games in the fall.
the punishment comes after an investigation found band member usa becaused alcohol and drugs during trips and hazed and sexually harassed the band mates. they can still play at home games. >> can you spot a fake purse clothes or jewelry? >> 7 on your side's michael finney has a story every shopper should see. >> i have an undercover report. these knockoffs are getting so good that even reputable retailers are getting fooled. they are ending up on store shelves where you can find them. how you can fight back. >> and a warning for hybrid owners. why thieves #r targeting your car. >> smash it. >> it is not my fault. >> now. >> it is not my fault. >> and perfect parenting or fatherly fail? did this dad's punishment go too far? >> i am sandhya patel. clouds now and we have some spotty drizzle to start off your weekend. i'll be back to let you foe
prius. a mechanic says the thieves are probably pros doing it without being electrocuted. in 20 minutes thieves can get away with a battery that will sell for $100 on-line. fixing the damage is much more expensive, up to $10,000. the counterfeit product industry is said to be a $1.7 trillion criminal enterprise. it supports terrorism and child labor. >> what if you don't know you are buying a fake. >> it may not be right but it is one thing when you want to buy a knockoff purse when it is cheaper, but what if you don't want to buy one? counterfeit goods are ending up on store shelves so you could get one and not know it. they are finding the counterfeit products in more places tan ever. >> they will show up in major retailers and it will show up on-line when you are buying through market places like ebay and am amazon or even
small neighborhood shops. >> dave is the coo of monster headphones. he said they have seen cases where major retailers are getting monster products returned to them. >> they actually put the product back on the shelf. >> we wanted to see how this happened. we ordered a north face jack set on alley express for $33. the description called it a just a denali jacket, but the pictures look like the north face denali jacket. it had the north face logo and tag with a upc code and a price tag of $165. first my producer took it to the north face outlet in berkeley. immediately the salesperson suspected something. >> did you wash this at all? >> she called over her supervisor. >> honestly, this doesn't look like a real north case. it looks like a fake.
>> they wouldn't take it back without a receipt. they said associates are well trained to look out for fakes. she fold my producer, the logo and zipper ties was different from the real jacket. my producer then headed to the north face store in san francisco. she walked in and again with no receipt and just the jacket. >> i can give you store credit. >> she didn't punch the upc code on the tag into the cash register. she apologized that she couldn't give the full $169. >> let me think about that. >> have a great day. >> accepting that money would be illegal so the producer stopped right there. craig crosby runs a counterfeit report a watchdog organization for counterfeit products. he did the same thing in southern california at the north face store.
>> actually offered to exchange the item and told us it would go back on the shelf. >> we contacted the north face but the company never got back to us with a response. >> the retail employee, really their obligation is to keep the customer happy. it is always a challenge to confront a customer if you believe a product is counter fit. >> it requires all returns to be sent back to monster headquarters. >> we inspect them closely. if anything is open or anything is used or counter fit we shred it it. >> other retailers recognize that returns are a problem. >> i understand from macy's they are to longer placing fragrance back on the shelves. >> buying directly from the retailer is the best way to ensure that you dwet an uh thoan tech product -- get an authentic product. >> they are everywhere. >> uh mazing. >> and so good now. >> hard to tell. >> thanks michael. it is time to check on the
weather for the weekend. >> sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> nothing fake about me. as we look at live doppler 7hd this is the genuine radar. watching cloud cover here and not just near the coast but around the bay as well. it is gusty at sfo. 21 in hayward. the wind is coming off the cool ocean water. that's why de expiet the -- that's why despite the fact that it is in the 50s it feels chillier outside. looking at a live picture from the exploratorium camera, you will see low clouds pushing in and look at the forecast. spotty drizzle in the morning. partly cloudy skies for the weekend. stays cooler than normal for this time of year. not just for the weekend. there is a system that dumped a couple of inches of rain and brought some flooding there. high pressure and low pressure and the wind flow for us has been a bit on the breezy side. the cool, breezy pattern will stick around a with below
average temperatures. here is a look at the week ahead for san jose. the temperature trend is a good five to 10 degrees below the average of 75 degrees. it does keep our fire danger down especially in the drought. temperatures are in the upper 40s to the low 50s. if you have early plans you will need to bundle up and watch out for a little drizzle that will be around primarily near the coast. for the afternoon you will see a mix of clouds and sun you you. 69 in los gatos. mid60s redwood city and menlo park. cloudy and upper 50s. downtown san francisco, 60 degrees. low 70s around santa rosa and calistoga. east bay communities you are going to be low to mid60s. 65 oakland and fremont. inland spots are a little more sun, 70 in livermore and concord. 72 in fairfield. a pretty mild day in our inland communities, but not
where you should be this time of year. if you are going to the a's game we are looking at 60 degrees and a bit on the breezy side. temperature drops to 55. if i were you i would take a jacket with you. if you are taking part in beta breakers or going to check them out, the race conditions looking at chilly conditions, low to mid50s and then upper 50s. really the clouds will linger with peeks of sun. i know some people choose costumeses and some people not so much. you will need to bundle up. it will start out on the chilly side. temperatures mid50s to low 70s. cooler as we head into monday. no rain there. the temperatures start to come back up by a few degrees each and every day through friday. no where near what we expect to see in may.
is this dad a hero or a bully? you will hear both sides on-line. the dad posted video of a son smashing his own xbox with a sledgehammer because of poor grades. some comments say he is one of the greatest parents tht world. most want to know why he didn't just limit video game time or donate the game system to charity. all right, turning to sports we want to talk about our warriors. >> a great game great shot. >> show of hands, does anybody want to see the steph curry shot dwen? again? just once? >> or three times? >> or four or five, or six or seven. let's see it again. the baby face assassin